INFB Women’s Leadership Committee member named to AFBF committee

Cindy Ramsey of Shelbyville was elected to represent the Midwest on the American Farm Bureau Federation Women's Leadership Committee board. Ramsey serves on the Indiana Farm Bureau Women's Committee representing District 8 (Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Fayette, Franklin, Johnson, Rush, Shelby and Union counties).

Molly Zentz

(Indianapolis) – January 10, 2018 – Indiana Farm Bureau’s District 8 Women’s Leadership Committee representative, Cindy Ramsey, was elected to the American Farm Bureau Federation Women’s Leadership Committee board at the recent AFBF convention.

CindyRamsey_AFBF-WLCThe women’s leadership program engages women with the training and education they need to become powerful advocates for modern agriculture. Ramsey, of Shelbyville, Indiana, will serve as Midwestern representative, representing Farm Bureau members in several states, including Indiana.

“I am honored to serve on this committee to represent Indiana Farm Bureau in this regional position,” said Ramsey.

Ramsey also serves as District 8 education and outreach coordinator for Indiana Farm Bureau, where she represents INFB members in Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Fayette, Franklin, Johnson, Rush, Shelby and Union counties.

Ramsey and her family, including husband Phil, farm corn, soybeans, wheat and hay in Shelby County. They also own Ramsey Farm Ag Enterprises, a farm drainage and excavation business.

The Ramsey’s were recently honored at the INFB State Convention in French Lick where they were named Indiana Farm Family of the Year by Beck's Hybrids and Indiana AgriNews.


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